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Live images on own websites - Egon - 2019-11-24

BO's live vector map can now be easily integrated on websites with a fixed map. The easiest way is as iframe. Here is an example.

http://map.blitzortung.org/mapexample.html

The various parameters are self-explanatory.

The following parameters with the values 0=false and 1=true are for the controls.

interactive 0/1
NavigationControl 0/1
FullScreenControl 0/1
ScaleControl 0/1
Advertisment 0/1
InfoDiv 0/1
Cookies 0/1

The settings in the menu can be controlled with the following parameters:

MapStyle 0-3
MapStyleRangeValue 0-11
Lightning Range 1-2 1-2
LightningCheckboxChecked 0/1
CourseRangeValue 0-10
CourseCheckboxChecked 0/1
CountingRangeValue 0-10
CountingCheckboxChecked 0/1
CirclesRangeValue 0-10
CirclesCheckboxChecked 0/1
SpeedRangeValue 0-10
SpeedCheckboxChecked 0/1
LinksRangeValue 0-10
LinksCheckboxChecked 0/1
Detectors Range 0-12
DetectorsCheckboxChecked 0/1
CoverageRangeValue 0-10
CoverageCheckboxChecked 0/1
DayNightRangeValue 0-10
DayNightRangeValue 0/1
AudioRangeValue 0-10
AudioCheckboxChecked 0/1
RegionRangeValue 0-9
RegionRangeValue 0/1

Have fun!
Egon


RE: Live images on own websites - Eric.Wouters - 2019-11-24

thanks for sharing the fun Egon  Lightning


RE: Live images on own websites - brzanek - 2019-12-17

Super and can you change the location there?
and zoom


RE: Live images on own websites - Egon - 2019-12-17

(2019-12-17, 20:08)brzanek Wrote: Super and can you change the location there?
and zoom

Yes, remove interactive and NavigationControl, or set it to zero.

The initial position and zoom is set by #3/40/15 (zoom 3, latitude 40, longitude 15).


Live images on own websites - Phoenix-Blue - 2019-12-25

Maybe an noob question. But what do I wrong when I copy and past the code to my site https://www.onweeractueel.nl/index.html


RE: Live images on own websites - Eric.Wouters - 2019-12-26

putting a non secure iframe in a secure page (http in https)

browsers block this now as a standard security measure. 

Unless Egon install a security certificate on the map page .... not much you can do I think


RE: Live images on own websites - cutty - 2019-12-26

(2019-12-25, 19:40)Phoenix-Blue Wrote: Maybe an noob question. But what do I wrong  when I copy and past the code to my site https://www.onweeractueel.nl/index.html
In Header, instead of

Code:
<html lang="de" style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px;">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
</head>

Make it

Code:
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="de" style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px;">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
<title>Phoenix Blue Page</title>
</head>



RE: Live images on own websites - Egon - 2020-02-20

It now also works via "https".

The remaining websites are still being converted.

/Egon


RE: Live images on own websites - rf-leo - 2020-06-22

Hello,

first of all thank you very much for the possibility of the Live-Map, great thing!

While defining the URL I noticed that the parameter "RegionRangeValue" can be defined twice. - Is that correct?
Or in other words, could someone post an example for the definition of the desired region!?

Thank you very much!


Greetings
Rainer


RE: Live images on own websites - rf-leo - 2020-07-20

Hi,

I've a little problem.
Have anything changed for the variable "MapStyle 0-3"?
I can't see any differences between the values at the start of the request.
It comes always up with 'MapStyle=0'.
I've cleared the cache in different brouwsers everytime for the request!
I don' have any idea what's going wrong ...



Greetings
Rainer


RE: Live images on own websites - Sleepypup - 2020-07-20

(2020-07-20, 09:23)rf-leo Wrote: Hi,

I've a little problem.
Have anything changed for the variable "MapStyle 0-3"?
I can't see any differences between the values at the start of the request.
It comes always up with 'MapStyle=0'.
I've cleared the cache in different brouwsers everytime for the request!
I don' have any idea what's going wrong ...



Greetings
Rainer

I have also noticed the same behavior for a few days now. Seems to have impacted other parameters including detector links.  Tried different devices/browsers clearing cache etc.   Looks like something on the back end has changed.


RE: Live images on own websites - harwichweather - 2020-07-21

I have also noticed the same thing in the last few days.
'Detector links' are not displaying properly when requested and also "Advertising" is being displayed even though "Advertisment=0" is contained n the http request. (I hate those ads from GEICO Smile)
I suspect there may be a backend problem as this app has been working 100% for many months. (and we do love it!)
Thanks for looking into it.
Kind regards,
Byron (harwichweather)


RE: Live images on own websites - Sleepypup - 2020-07-23

(2020-07-20, 22:14)Sleepypup Wrote:
(2020-07-20, 09:23)rf-leo Wrote: Hi,

I've a little problem.
Have anything changed for the variable "MapStyle 0-3"?
I can't see any differences between the values at the start of the request.
It comes always up with 'MapStyle=0'.
I've cleared the cache in different brouwsers everytime for the request!
I don' have any idea what's going wrong ...



Greetings
Rainer

I have also noticed the same behavior for a few days now. Seems to have impacted other parameters including detector links.  Tried different devices/browsers clearing cache etc.   Looks like something on the back end has changed.

This issue seems to be resolved now.  At least for me it is working as expected again on all devices.  http://nwrweather.com/

Thanks to whoever resolved it.

Dean


RE: Live images on own websites - harwichweather - 2020-07-24

Looks like it’s now working correctly for me as well.
Thanks for fixing it.
Stay safe...
Byron (harwichweather)